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shoots coming from the industrialists of our society. but it's obviously a deficit that the city has 40-some miles of vacant land that's paris, and turning that into a positive thing. just this week the city council is supposed to be voting on a project by a local businessman who wants to buy something like 1400 acres of vacant city land and plant a huge tree farm. so that's thinking outside of the box i find very exciting. >> jennifer: i do too. the major had an unusual plan which was to move citizens from vacant more dispersed areas, he rolled that out, but how is that working? >> it has been slow coming. there are so many great ideas put forth for the future of detroit, if you look at the renders of what detroit could look like it's really exciting but as you well know there is just no money for a lot of these projects, so something like detroit works, the right-sizing plan that you just mentioned a lot of that is being funded by outside organizations, nonprofits. the city itself though, is basically on the verge of bankruptcy. 40% of the streetlights don't wo
and reduce the deficit? by creating jobs and growing our economy. not by cutting programs that families rely on most. we need senators udall to continue to stand up for us. >> jennifer: do you think that democrats are going to feel as pressured by the unions as republicans feel pressured by grover norquist? >> organized labor is the best organized, most effective strongest arm on the left in this country. they are a great ally for the democratic party and so, of course the democrats will feel pressure from labor. they are also going to feel pressure from -- >> jennifer: are they going to compromise? >> we'll find out. the democrats aren't one party in lock step. have conservative democrats liberal democrats. so the unions can't force every democrat to do something. and there's pressure also from the middle. you said pressure from the right. pressure from the left. but there's pressure from the middle. a democratic interest group that has some swaining called third way released polling that said hey,
revenue new tax revenue will have to be part of any deficit deal. i noticed mitch mcconnell's talked about tax rates. he's going to insist that tax rates not go any higher. you've got the mathematicians trying to raise the numbers. you can exact the rate throughout a person's entire income. they're looking for ways to finagle this. republicans are going to have to retreat and they're going to get a better deal before the end of the year than going into the new year. >> i want to ask you about that, what eleanor said about the end of the year rather than going into the new year. who benefits, if anyone, if they kick the can down the road, get a new congress. isn't there something to be said with this new democratic strength coming into the senate? it's a little stronger there. you have a stronger president picked up a few seats in the house. doesn't kicking the can down until february or march and do something that's maybe a bandaid now help the cost. >> it helps to a certain extent, but doesn't help the republican party all that much, because again, they're going to be blamed if we get a s
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